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Outdoor Alphabet Match

[Source:  I Can Teach My Child] Today is Day 15 of our 31 Days of Outdoor Activities for Toddlers series.  The last couple of days have involved fun and unstructured outdoor play (both in the backyard and then at the park), so … Continue reading

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Bean Bag Balance Game

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] Are you looking for a fun game that also promotes balance?  You need to try the bean bag balance game.  It’s super simple and you probably have most things that you need around your home!  The bean … Continue reading

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Teen ACL Injuries on the Rise

[Source:  Medical X-Press] Among teenage athletes, the rate of ACL tears is rising, with the sharpest increase seen in females aged 13-17 who, over the last 13 years, have experienced a 59 percent increase in the number of required reconstruction … Continue reading

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TBI Corner: Executive Functions – Critical and Vital to Organizing, Prioritizing and Behaviors

[Source:  Lash and Associates] Edited by Lee E Horton, L.C.A.S, C.C.S. What happens when a brain injury occurs?  How does the injury impact the executive functions?  There are many survivors who have provided us insight into the changes, consequences, and … Continue reading

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Late Teen Years Are Key Period For Bone Growth

[Source: Science Daily] The late adolescent years are an important period for gaining bone mineral, even after a teenager attains his or her adult height. Scientists analyzing a racially diverse, multicenter sample from a large, federally funded national study say … Continue reading

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